Standout:“On My Shit” ft. Freddie Gibbs
Also Check Out: “Bullshit” ft. Mack Maine
And: “Dolla Billz”
Reppin’: Inglewood, CA
My style and/or skills have been compared to: Young Jeezy and Snoop Dogg. It’s not really too many people to compare me too because I have an all-around style. I’m very versatile and universal; it depends on what type of song I’m doing, and the beat.
My standout records and/or moments have been: My first standout record was “Just Like That” featuring Snoop Dogg, produced by Terrace Martin. That song solidified my position in this industry. People started giving me their attention after that record. Another moment would be when I had signed a second go-around with Jeezy & CTE back in 2009, and I dropped the record called “Mystery” and after that I began doing bigger songs with Young Jeezy and Plies.
I’m gonna change the game by: Constantly putting out music, and staying consistent, and giving the audience exactly what it is that they want, real music.
I’d Like to Work With: I’d like to work with whomever is down to work and collaborate. Of course I want to work with the hottest artists in the game, but I also want to work with the artists on the come up.
My goal in hip-hop is: To build a name for myself, and to build a brand. I want to be successful and accomplish these goals.
I’m gonna be the next: Biggest thing to come out of the West Coast, shoutout to the New West movement.
To check out more of my music go to: Official2Eleven.com, Follow @2Eleven on Twitter, and Subscribe to ChannelDeuce on YouTube. Stay tuned for the upcoming No Brakes street album with the singles, “Ice Cream” ft Alley Boy (prod by Purps of 808 Mafia) and “Dippin”. Features on the project include Omarion, Freddie Gibbs, Mistah Fab, Sean Mack, and a few surprise features. Production credits include Drumma Boy, M-16, League of Starz, Scorp Dezel, Sonny Digital and more.